The award, supported by the Prentice Family Foundation, is given to undergraduate and graduate students with an entrepreneurial drive who want to make a difference in their communities.
Grant Hecht and Isys Johnson are among 33 SUNY students recognized for innovative research that tackles some of society’s most pressing issues.
The largest class in school history, newest department graduates first cohort, and new doctorate awarded for first time.
Haley Parker will speak at the undergraduate ceremony, while Vidushi Sharma and Tashfia Mohona will speak at the two graduate ceremonies.
Business proposals include a compact alternative to solar panels, a shower aid to reduce strain on caregivers and a puff-counting device to help vapers quit.
Thanks to a $2.5 million grant renewal, the program will continue to support students of color pursuing STEM degrees.
The largest transportation conference in the world gave faculty and students a chance to share the capabilities of ISTL and IBE.
Highlights include making hydrogen fuel cell less expensive and keeping bridges open after earthquakes.